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Have a little Picasso on your hands? A budding artist whom you would you like to get drawing on paper instead of your walls? These Long Island-based art spots offer drop-in classes, painting parties and more. No long-term commitments necessary. Pop in for some arts and crafts and get your creative juices flowing.
For more seasonal activities, pop over to our Winter Fun Guide. And if you're keeping an eye on your wallet after the holidays, check out our list of 20 FREE Things to Do With Long Island Kids This Winter.
Love is in the air this weekend. Show your littlest loves some Valentine's Day fun at a party at Tots on Track, the Be Mine Ball at the Long Island Children's Museum, or the Sweetheart Princess Tea at the Long Island Aquarium. Drop in for Valentine's Day crafts at the Maritime Explorium, Garvies Point Museum and Preserve, or the Vanderbuilt Museum.
For more activities to fill the weekend, pop over to our February GoList or Winter Fun Guide. And if you're keeping an eye on your wallet after the holidays, check out our list of 20 FREE Things to Do With Long Island Kids This Winter.
You also might want to look ahead to summer with our Long Island Camp Guide, with camp information for all ages, locations, and interests.
Of course, our Event Calendar is loaded with fun, daily events for Long Island kids. Don't see a great event here? Add it to our Event Calendar yourself.
While most indoor play places cater to a range of ages, some parents feel more comfortable when there are areas designated for younger children. At most of these locations, children ages 5 and younger are the primary focus and can play freely without being knocked down or bumped into by an older crowd.
We've rounded up a list of play spaces on Long Island that are geared toward little ones.
And for more indoor ideas, check our our Inside Activity Guide.
Presidents Week 2017 is approaching, leaving many parents wondering how to keep their kids occupied while school is out. Chase away the winter blues and boredom cries with these classes, activities and camps taking place during the break.
From science experiments to jewelry making and sports skills, these Long Island camps have it all. Drop in for a day or the entire week.
And for more events and activities, be sure to check out our Inside Activity Guide and Long Island Events Calendar.
Dragging the kids along for another trip to the mall? Tired of them complaining as you meander from store to store?
At Roosevelt Field mall in East Garden City, you can take a break at the new Glowgolf, a glow-in-the-dark miniature golf facility. Located on the concourse level near LensCrafters and the kids play area, you can grab a club and ball and embark on a glowing adventure through 27 holes.